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Poster: craven714 Date: Mar 19, 2013 12:13pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: semi HI Jack, I mean HI S

"Hey, you know where I can get tics to your Grandpa's soup show? He'd have a hard time topping my grandmother's needlepoint blowout from '98."
lmfao~ I was trying to think of something that funny. I
just hope there are some tapers there. Cant wait for the upload here ( a needlepoint solo SBD recording? even
better) ~~~~
Only time I saw Chris was with The Brotherhood, and to me,
it didnt suck; very soulful. I dig the ZEP stuff too.
One mans douchery is anothers salad dressing I guess. wait.

The AllGood lineup is killer~
(see Beats Antique, but lots of good stuff)
Last year was more a hassle than a good time. Gonna skip.

But is coming up. Not too shabby.
Last years only savior after lighting blew the main stage,
was playing drums 15 feet away from Mickey eventually.

I need a trust fund set up to see em all. should be fun too. If any
of you are around I can welcome you in the nicest way.
Expect you SDH, I dont even know why you still post here :P
Only the strange listen to you...
That GOV line up is sick, as well as the Floyd Fest.
Dang... I cant wait to be a rich clone.

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Poster: Mandojammer Date: Mar 20, 2013 6:49am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: semi HI Jack, I mean HI S

If I read this correctly, is it possible you are bringing Bertha to the Shenandoah Mountains of south central Virginia the last week of July for some Infamous Trampling by Yonder Railroad Mountain Turtle Dusters?

And Gogol Bordello and the Lumineers? Everyone needs to be in moonshine country to see gypsy punk....

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Poster: craven714 Date: Mar 20, 2013 9:11am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: semi HI Jack, I mean HI S

OH gawd I wish Mando. Shes gonna have a heck of a time
making it around the Hocking Hills full of firewood and
drums, let alone the Shenandoahs. Dont have the 700 bucks
I usually sink into her this year as anually required.
Looking froward to being in 'our' version of moonshine
county though I must say.
Enjoy your Infamous Trampling by Yonder Railroad Mountain Turtle Dusters (nice. Isnt that how it ends up anyway?)

I will have to get by with the Rumpke Yonder Elephant Greensky Folkadelic Twiddle Pimps of The JGBs Tiny Universe Orchestra wailing and Playing Ping Pong with my Brothers and
Sisters Mickey Hart and Donna Jean Godchaux feauring Jeff
Mattson and David Gans. Should be a Werk Out!

Funny too~ just got turned onto G. Bordello this year. Good
stuff. Gotta go wear some purple now:;list=RD01yXU5zUHA1Ak

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Poster: SomeDarkHollow Date: Mar 19, 2013 1:32pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: semi HI Jack, I mean HI S

If someone put a free tic in my hand, I would happily give Chris another shot, I have heard much better things lately.

As for your un-invitation to the Family Roots Fest, I whole heartedly un-accept.

I too have no idea why I still post here.

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Poster: craven714 Date: Mar 20, 2013 7:53am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: semi HI Jack, I mean HI S

I could only put a free tick in your hand. I hope you
prefer deer. I offically un-un-invite you.
Now you can whole heartedly re-un-accept. wait.
I mean c'mon::::
"Fire and Flow performances by Nocturnal Arts at all-night drum circles.
Nocturnal Arts is an eclectic family of friends who call the heart of Ohio home. We have all been growing, learning and inspiring each other for the past couple of years and the fun never stops expanding. We want the audience to be captivated by the joy we feel and project when we play with our props and LED toys. We are excited to share our love of sacred geometry, flow, character, dance and add the sacred element: FIRE! Yes, we are insured." See ya at the Smoke Rise Ranch~

That sooooo sounds like like you Hollow. LED toys?!? Bring
your Star Wars action figures, congas, and LEGOs (lincoln logs) as well.
Shoot, Did I just post here again? Better check my pants...

I did enjoy your Grandmas Needle Point Blow Out though
seriously. I still have the ticket stub: I loved the Jack
Straw Quilt encore. Leaving Texas, 4th day of July. Quilt
so hot, the clouds so low, the eagles fill the sky.

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